46th annual DCMF: July 19-21, 2024!

3 Days

5 Venues

24 Acts

1 Unforgettable Weekend

The Yukon’s longest-running music festival returns July 19-21 for its first full-scale event in five years!

DCMF 2024 will feature 24 artists and bands from across Canada performing on exquisite stages throughout Dawson’s historic townsite.

We invite you to experience an unforgettable weekend of music in one of the world’s most unique festival environments. 

Weekend, Single Day and Camping Passes are available now.

Please Note:
-All ages event. Children 12 and under are free!
-All passes are non-refundable.
-Once wristbands have been picked up they are non-transferrable.
-ID required for beer gardens. 
-No dogs allowed on festival grounds.

For more info visit our FAQ page or contact: info [at] dcmf.com


DCMF 2024 will feature over 24 artists and bands from across Canada, including:

Abigail Lapell * Absolute Losers * Aerialists * Alex MacNeil & The Revenants * Boy Golden * Elijah Bekk Trio * FONTINE * Hän Singers * Hendrika * Holy Fuck * Jared Klok * Kim Barlow * Mob Diggity * OMBIIGIZI * Quilting * Sahara Jane * Klondike County Dance Band * Status/Non-Status * Super Duty Tough Work * Tia Wood * U.S. Girls * Zinnia * Zoon

More info about these amazing artists coming soon, meanwhile click on the names above to explore!


Full schedule coming soon…

DCMF 2024 will begin Friday, July 19 at 3pm and will run until 11pm on Sunday, July 21. Concerts and workshops will be presented throughout the weekend in a variety of venues, including our Main Stage at Minto Park.


Volunteers are the lifeblood of the Dawson City Music Festival.
Many people also consider it the best way to see the festival – from the inside.

Can I volunteer?

Yes, absolutely! Every year, people from near and far volunteer with our different crews to help make the festival the best it can possibly be. There are positions suitable for people of all ages, ability, and availability and we are happy to accommodate specific needs. Between July 19 and 21 we are looking for help in the merch booth, at the door, ushering, serving drinks, helping out in the kitchen, and more!

What is expected of me as a volunteer?

We require all volunteers to be reliable and responsible. You will be representing the festival and our community so we ask that you be polite, professional, sober, and courteous at all times. Please stay in touch with our Volunteer Coordinators before the festival – and of course, show up for your shifts!

Volunteer duties are divided into 5-hour shifts. You can choose to volunteer for one, two, three (or more) volunteer shifts. Learn more about these options below.

How do I sign up?

Simple. All you have to do is fill out this form.

What do I get for volunteering?

Listen to great live music, contribute to the Yukon’s biggest summer event, and get awesome perks like festival passes and a VIP volunteer party!

Volunteer duties are divided into 5-hour shifts. If you volunteer for…

5 Hours: you get a Friday wristband OR a Sunday wristband. Your choice! This is a great option for those who want to participate but are very busy during the festival weekend.

10 Hours: you get a Friday wristband AND a Sunday wristband. We’ve got morning, afternoon, evening, and night shifts so you can make sure to see all your favourite bands and plan your weekend in advance.

15+ Hours: you get a full weekend pass. This is the most popular option, as you get to be in Festival-mode the entire weekend, earn a full free pass, make a ton of friends and work on up to three different super fun crews!

Celebrate the 46th annual Dawson City Music Festival in the land of the midnight sun!

The DCMF Association would like to gratefully acknowledge the support of:





Goldrush Campground & RV Park
Jazz Yukon
Uniglobe Travel

sprucetip designs
Molotov & Bricks Tattoo
Northern Superior – NAPA Auto Parts
North of Ordinary

Parks Canada Yukon
Klondike Institute of Art & Culture
St. Paul’s Anglican Church

The Dawson City Music Festival Association is located on the territory of the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in. We are inspired by the music, traditions, and culture that Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in have shared along the Yukon River since time immemorial. We work to support this living legacy.